Lettuce and peas and beans. That's the bulk of the harvests in the past week and believe me I am not complaining, it's all been so yummy.
The next time I plant the filet beans though, I'm going to put in twice as many plants. They are prolific producers but you don't get as much since you harvest the beans small. They would be very good picked even younger than I have been doing but then I wouldn't get enough at one time to satisfy the two of us.
The caper harvests continue but I haven't photographed any of those, perhaps I'll remember to do so later this week. I'm really happy that my bushes have produced almost 1.5 pounds of buds so far, all those little harvests of a couple of ounces each do add up.
Here's the harvest totals for the past week:
Rolande filet beans - 19.4 oz.
Capers - 8.9 oz.
Sweetie Baby romaine lettuce - 11.4 oz.
Parade Scallions - .6 oz.
Oregon Sugar Pod II snow peas - 24.1 oz.
The harvest totals for the past week were - 4 lb., .4 oz.
Which brings the total for the year up to - 40 lb.
Harvest Monday is hosted by Daphne on her blog Daphne's Dandelions, head on over there to see what other garden bloggers have been harvesting lately.